January 2010
Middle East Reporter (Weekly Edition);1/9/2010, Vol. 136 Issue 1183, p6
The article reports on the international relations between Egypt and Great Britain. It notes that Egyptian security has escorted British Member of Parliament (MP) George Galloway to take a flight out of the country. It stresses that Galloway has been barred from returning to Egypt after violent protests over an aid convoy he led into Gaza. It reveals that an Egyptian security forces and members of the convoy had thrown stones at each other when tempers frayed over the route.


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